|Vice President of Brazil|
1 January 1995 –31 December 2002
|President||Fernando Henrique Cardoso|
|Preceded by||Itamar Franco|
|Succeeded by||José Alencar|
Marco Antônio de Oliveira Maciel
21 July 1940
|Died||12 June 2021 80) (aged|
Anna Maria Ferreira
|Mother||Carmen Sílvia Cavalcanti de Oliveira|
|Father||José do Rego Maciel|
Marco Antônio de Oliveira Maciel (21 July 1940 – 12 June 2021)was a Brazilian politician, lawyer, and law school professor who served as the 22nd vice president of Brazil from 1 January 1995 to 31 December 2002, twice elected on the same ticket as President Fernando Henrique Cardoso in the 1994 and 1998 general elections. He was a founder of the conservative PFL party.
Prior to his vice presidency, he was the President of the Chamber of Deputies (1977–1979),Governor of Pernambuco (1979–1982), Minister of Education (1985–1986) and Chief of President Sarney's cabinet (1986–1987). Maciel returned to the senate following his vice presidency, until he was defeated in 2010.
Maciel was elected to the 39th Chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters (ABL) in 2003.
Marco Maciel was married to Ana Maria Maciel and had three sons. He was also a practising Roman Catholic.
He passed away on 12 June 2021 from multiple organ failure, due to post COVID-19 complications.
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